Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington

Washington, DC. - local time:

Booking appointment

It is necessary to book an appointment to visit the consular section. 

The next public holiday is
5 July
St. Cyril and Methodius Day
The embassy is closed

On 11 April 2023, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Rastislav Káčer, met with the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights, Uzra Zeya, in Bratislava to discuss the state of democracy in the world and in our region.

On Tuesday, 29 November 2022, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Rastislav Káčer met with his American counterpart, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, on the sidelines of a meeting of Foreign Ministers of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) member states in Bucharest.

Study in Slovakia
The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic supports study/research/teaching/artistic mobility of international students, PhD students, university teachers, researchers and artists at higher education institutions and research organisations. 

The Schengen area is a part of the territory of Europe in which people may travel freely without any border checks at internal borders of Schengen Member States. Citizens from some non-EU countries are required to have a visa when travelling to the Schengen area.

Slovakia is a special country. Even in such a small area, you’ll find everything from natural treasures and historical monuments to rich folk culture and modern entertainment in the busy city streets. Enjoy the beauty and unique atmosphere that Slovakia has to offer.

A qualified, productive and cost-effective labour force, unique geographical location in the heart of Europe, macroeconomic stability and membership in the Eurozone are just some of the factors that enable the successful implementation of investment projects in Slovakia.